King of the jungle sits down to eat.

by Tony Harding
(Gauteng , South Africa)

Taking a breather,eating so much takes time.

Taking a breather,eating so much takes time.

Taking a breather,eating so much takes time.
Be aware at all time,I'm watching you.
Great meal,thanks guys now for some shade.

Whilst taking a slow relaxing drive along the S100 near Satara camp which is well known for it's big cat sightings, we were lucky enough to come across this lion kill. The zebra had no chance with the 5 hungry lion's. The claw marks can clearly be seen on the zebra's hide - imagine our skin would stand no chance.

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Oct 29, 2015
by: Nita Raygan

It would have been both a sight of wow and sadness. Sadness cause you have witnessed taking away an innocent life and wow obviously cause of who the king of the jungle keeps up with food chain and shows off on why he is called so.

May 18, 2012
nice sighting and images!
by: Nelson

Usually the kills happen deep in the bush but this is an great sighting and no grass to obstruct the subjects!

May 17, 2012
Not a vegaterian for sure.
by: Jacques

Brilliant pics.Have never been this close.

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